The mayor of the picturesque German ski town Garmisch-Partenkirchen now begs for help to tackle an explosive refugee crime wave, while the Police chief says refugees are now 'in charge' in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, reports the Daily Mail.
The German mayor has begged for intervention over the 'explosive situation' caused by a refugee crimewave in the picturesque ski town.
Police say refugees brawl in the streets and vandalise public property in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, and residents allege they are responsible for serious sexual assaults.
Dr Sigrid Meierhofer has now written about the 'massive problems' in a letter begging for help from Bavarian politician Maria Els, which was leaked to the press.
The mayor, from the centre-left SPD party, says she will need to take action 'to secure public safety and order' after a series of public clashes with police.
The Abrams centre, a former US Army site that now houses around 250 asylum seekers, is also affecting tourism and the health of residents, she claims.
'There has been an increasingly worsening situation in recent weeks around the registration centre Abrams,' wrote the mayor, in what was seen as a cry for help.
In the previous year it was mostly occupied by Syrian families but now, around 150 of the residents are Africans, 80 per cent of them unaccompanied young men.
Mayor Meierhofer makes it plain that the current occupiers of the building have become 'problematic' and said she is increasingly concerned about 'public order'.
Curfews on migrants entering certain areas, like the spa park in town, have been implemented in the past few weeks.
Police officers have responded to more incidents in the past six weeks in and around the centre than in the past 12 months put together.
Police chief says refugees are now 'in charge' in Garmisch-Partenkirchen
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